Koji Shimamura

After expanding from Sydney to Japan back in 2014, Single O has grown to become a staple in the local landscape.

Now, the coffee brand is gearing up to open the doors to a brand-new roastery and cafe in the historic area of Ryogoku, Tokyo, tomorrow.

“Moving the roastery into a bigger and better space is really an opportunity to double down in support of partners and grow our offering,” says Co-Founder Dion Cohen.

“We are now roasting for more than 130 wholesale partners across Japan.”

The new roastery has replaced Single O’s existing operations in Japan and will enable the brand to quadruple its production capacity as well as focus on wholesale training programs.

In July, a cafe will open at the roastworks, which will reflect the brand’s Australian offering.

Rotating single origins and the Reservoir blend will be poured by the barista team, with the cafe also offering a self-serve option via coffee on tap.

As for food, Australian favourites banana bread with espresso butter and avocado on rye with cashew cheese, pickled fennel, seasoned crumb, and chilli oil will feature on the menu.

Single O Ryogoku Roastworks opens 24 April and operates Wednesday to Sunday from 10am until 6pm.

Official opening date for the cafe to come.